Create, Delete, Use Virtual Desktops in Windows 10

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  1. “The earlier versions of Windows did not have this feature” Yes it did, well my computer did. It was called DeskSpace, and it kicks the snot out of this virtual manager wannabe. It would be nice if you could turn it off. I went directly from Windows 7 where I was perfectly happy with DeskSpace. Going to Windows 10, MS implements a sub-standard virtual desktop AND hijacks all of the keys other applications have been using.

    Typical Microsoft BS. We know what’s best.

  2. jeez, i just found literally thousands of them, at least 1200 anyway. had to run a script with powershell to remove them hundrewds at a time. no idea why they were open

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